Kristen Lea (Fosdick) Guy was born July 8, 1969 in Minneapolis, MN and welcomed into God's loving embrace Thursday, September 7th at 7pm.
Kris earned her masters degree in elementary education and taught in District 535, at Holmes and Riverside elementary for 28 yrs. She loved her career and had such a lasting impact on all of her students, their parents and her colleagues. She was truly the best!
Her favorite activities included skiing, camping, hiking, playing games, going to breweries and sitting at campfires that involved s'mores and music.
Kris was a huge fan of the four MN seasons, The MN Vikings, The North Shore/Lake Superior.
Her hobbies included reading, watching movies, tending to her indoor plants and outside flowers. The birds around her home and outside her classroom window never went hungry as she always made sure they were well fed.
Kris's favorite person in life was her true love, Aaron. They had a marriage to be admired. She loved and was so proud of her sons, Noah and Charlie. She also had many family members and long time friends that she loved so much. They all knew her as Foz.
Kris loved her cats, chickens, Pompeii Purple nail polish, sleeping in, wearing comfy clothes, and good food.
Everyone who met Kris loved her and she loved them back. She was such a happy and positive person. She would want us all to be happy, be kind to others, and to love so much.
Kris is survived by her Guys; Aaron, Noah and Charlie. Her parents Eric and Carol Fosdick, sisters Tanya (Tyler) and Theresa (Ross), mother and father-in-law Jim and Pam Roth, mother-in-law Julie Guy, as well as nieces, nephews, and a recently found wonderful birth family.
Memorials are preferred. Every fall Kris asked for donations from friends so the students in her class would each be able to get a book every month. It would be wonderful for every student at Riverside elementary to get a book every month, in honor of Mrs. Guy. Memorials in Kris's honor can be made to Riverside elementary.
Please join us in celebrating Kris's life on Monday, September 18 at Mount Olive Lutheran Church in Rochester. Visitation starts at 3pm with the funeral service beginning at 4:30.